STS-106 Deorbit and Landing Opportunities
COMPILED BY WILLIAM HARWOOD
Posted: September 19, 2000
Shuttle Landing Weather Links
See the path Atlantis will take on its return to Earth with our STS-106 Landing Tracker.
KSC Orbit 185 - touchdown in Florida at 0756 GMT.
At a glance
Vehicle: Atlantis (OV-104)
Payload: ISS 2A.2b
Launch date: Sept. 8, 2000
Launch time: 1245:47.066 GMT (8:45:47.066 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: LC-39B, Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
Landing date: Sept. 20, 2000
Landing time: 0756 GMT (3:56 a.m. EDT)
Landing site: SLF, KSC
Crew: Wilcutt, Altman, Lu, Malenchenko, Morukov, Mastracchio, Burbank
Flight Data File
Quick look data - Facts, figures and important information about the mission.
Flight plan - A detailed day-by-day timetable of the major mission events based on NASA's official flight plan.
Landing opportunities - The available deorbit and landing options to bring Atlantis home, plus entry timeline.
NASA TV - The schedule for NASA TV programming during the STS-106 mission.
Tracking spacecraft - Latest orbital data for tracking the shuttle, station and other satellites on your computer.
The crew - Meet the seven astronauts who will fly aboard shuttle Atlantis.
Space demographics before and after - How the space explorers numbers will stack up before and after STS-106.